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Over-75s invited to monthly tea parties

Worcester News: Over-75s invited to monthly tea parties

5:47pm Friday 3rd July 2015

PENSIONERS in Worcester are being invited to enjoy a cuppa and a chat with some new friends.

Childhood obesity must be dealt with, say health bosses

Worcester News: Childhood obesity must be dealt with, say health bosses

4:49pm Friday 3rd July 2015

MEASURES must be put in place to halt the tide of childhood obesity before it is too late, some of Worcestershire’s top health bosses have said.

More must be done to support mental health patients, says watchdog boss

Worcester News: Peter Pinfield (10525781)

4:13pm Friday 3rd July 2015

MORE needs to be done to support people in Worcestershire suffering from mental health problems, the head of a patient’s watchdog has said.

Evesham business park to be expanded

Worcester News: Evesham farmers hurt by supermarket prices, report claims

3:07pm Friday 3rd July 2015

FARMERS and food producers in the Vale of Evesham are being given a share of an £830,000 pot of government funding to help create new jobs and attract investment to the area.

Evesham business park to be expanded

Worcester News: Evesham farmers hurt by supermarket prices, report claims

3:06pm Friday 3rd July 2015

FARMERS and food producers in the Vale of Evesham are being given a share of an £830,000 pot of government funding to help create new jobs and attract investment to the area.

MP pledges to support women with ovarian cancer

Worcester News: Mid-Worcestershire MP Nigel Huddleston, who has signed up to the Target Ovarian Cancer.

2:01pm Friday 3rd July 2015

WORCESTERSHIRE’S newest MP has pledged to ensure women in the county women with ovarian cancer get the treatment and support they need.

MP pledges to support women with ovarian cancer

Worcester News: Mid-Worcestershire MP Nigel Huddleston, who has signed up to the Target Ovarian Cancer.

2:00pm Friday 3rd July 2015

WORCESTERSHIRE’S newest MP has pledged to ensure women in the county women with ovarian cancer get the treatment and support they need.

Plans for 32 homes in Leigh Sinton thrown out

Worcester News: Plans for four new houses in Powick labelled "very poor"

1:05pm Friday 3rd July 2015

AN APPLICATION for 32 new homes in Leigh Sinton has been thrown out over concerns around the impact on the rural area.

Leigh Sinton housing plans approved

Worcester News: Leigh Sinton housing plans approved

1:01pm Friday 3rd July 2015

PLANS for 51 new homes in a picturesque Worcestershire village have taken a step forward after the design and layout of the site was approved, despite a raft of concerns.

Worcestershire scorches as temperatures top 30 degrees

Worcester News: Action from the race day at Pitchcroft Racecourse, Worcester. Pic Jonathan Barry 1.7.15  271590130.....Horses  cool off with buckets of water, as the temperature soared at Pitchcroft (30732206)

12:47pm Friday 3rd July 2015

THE sweltering heat of yesterday looks set to be as hot as its going to get for a while, with the next few days expected to be much more mixed.

Plans for 32 homes in Leigh Sinton thrown out

Worcester News: Plans for four new houses in Powick labelled "very poor"

11:56am Friday 3rd July 2015

AN APPLICATION for 32 new homes in Leigh Sinton has been thrown out over concerns around the impact on the rural area.

Leigh Sinton housing plans approved

Worcester News: Leigh Sinton housing plans approved

11:55am Friday 3rd July 2015

PLANS for 51 new homes in a picturesque Worcestershire village have taken a step forward after the design and layout of the site was approved, despite a raft of concerns.

Witness appeal after burglary at Bromsgrove book keeper's

Worcester News: Fuel stolen in Kempsey

4:19pm Wednesday 1st July 2015

POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a burglary at a book keeper’s office in Bromsgrove.

Police to carry out special patrols in Malvern Hills car parks

Worcester News: 2014597703. 13/05/14. Malvern/Ledbury letters pics. The Malvern Hills. Picture by Nick Toogood. (6219763)

3:56pm Wednesday 1st July 2015

POLICE will be carrying out special patrols of car parks in the Malvern Hills throughout July in a bid to stamp out vehicle crime.

Police to carry out special patrols in Malvern Hills car parks

Worcester News: 2014597703. 13/05/14. Malvern/Ledbury letters pics. The Malvern Hills. Picture by Nick Toogood. (6219763)

3:56pm Wednesday 1st July 2015

POLICE will be carrying out special patrols of car parks in the Malvern Hills throughout July in a bid to stamp out vehicle crime.

Police to carry out special patrols in Malvern Hills car parks

Worcester News: 2014597703. 13/05/14. Malvern/Ledbury letters pics. The Malvern Hills. Picture by Nick Toogood. (6219763)

3:56pm Wednesday 1st July 2015

POLICE will be carrying out special patrols of car parks in the Malvern Hills throughout July in a bid to stamp out vehicle crime.

Children's hospital services in Worcestershire fare well in national survey

Worcester News: Lily-Mai Bishop with play specialist Joy Powell on Riverbank Ward at Worcestershire Royal Hospital.

3:26pm Wednesday 1st July 2015

CHILDREN’S services at Worcestershire’s three major hospitals have fared well in a national survey.

Graffiti sprayed in Stourport

Worcester News: Fuel stolen in Kempsey

1:56pm Wednesday 1st July 2015

A VANDAL spray painted a graffiti ‘tag’ on a fence in Golden Hind Drive, Stourport, overnight between Monday, June 29 and the following day.

Worcester pub raises £250 for homeless shelter with festival beer

Worcester News: Landlord of The Chestnut Colin Robinson with Arboretum ward member Worcester Cllr Joy Squires and Maggs Day Centre service manager Mel Kirk.

6:16pm Tuesday 30th June 2015

THIRSTY visitors to Worcester’s first-ever canal festival earlier this month helped a pub raise hundreds for a homeless shelter in the city.

Solicitors firm donates sleeping bags to blind college

Worcester News: (Back L-R) Senior partner with Harrison Clark Rickerbys Jonathan Brew with New College Worcester principal Mardy Smith and (front) activities coordinator Philip Bresnen.

4:07pm Tuesday 30th June 2015

STUDENTS at a Worcester college have been handed a generous donation by a solicitors firm.

University and patient's watchdog team up to help train find student placements

Worcester News: Professor David Green, vice chancellor and chief executive of the University of Worcester.

3:40pm Tuesday 30th June 2015

ASPIRING nurses, midwives and healthcare workers are being helped to gain the experience they need thanks to a new partnership between a patient watchdog and the University of Worcester.

New scanner unveiled at Worcestershire hospital

Worcester News: Mayor of Redditch Cllr Pattie Hill cutting the ribbon on the new CT scanner with radiology and Toshiba Medical Systems staff.

2:23pm Tuesday 30th June 2015

A NEW state-of-the-art scanner has been unveiled at a Worcestershire hospital.

Nominations open for patient choice award

Worcester News: Nominations open for patient choice award

1:53pm Tuesday 30th June 2015

PATIENTS, families and anyone else with experience of community or mental health services in Worcestershire is being invited to nominate staff who has gone the extra mile for a prestigious award.

Free first aid courses for Evesham community groups

Worcester News: Free first aid courses for Evesham community groups

11:34am Tuesday 30th June 2015

COMMUNITY groups in the Evesham area are being offered free first aid training thanks to a legacy left by a community stalwart.

Patient study shows overall satisfaction in hospitals

Worcester News: Patient study shows overall satisfaction in hospitals

6:15pm Monday 29th June 2015

PATIENTS at Worcestershire’s three major hospitals are generally satisfied with their care but would like more say in their treatment, an independent study has found.

Getting patients home key to solving problems, says hospitals boss

Worcester News: John Anyon     30/01/15      05158096

Worcestershire Royal Hospital (17371974)

5:24pm Monday 29th June 2015

GETTING patients out of hospital and back home is the key to putting Worcestershire’s hospitals back on track, a health boss has said.

Consultation into hospital revamp must be launched soon, says health boss

Worcester News: John Anyon     30/01/15      05158096

Worcestershire Royal Hospital (17371974)

5:48pm Friday 26th June 2015

PATIENTS across Worcestershire must be given their say on a long-running project revamping hospital services in the county as soon as possible, a senior health boss has said.

Clinical commissioning group to hold AGM

Worcester News: Insulin treatment scheme to be introduced in Worcestershire

4:49pm Friday 26th June 2015

RESIDENTS across south Worcestershire are invited to the annual general meeting of the organisation responsible for organising and paying for health services in the area.

Worcestershire law firm offers family advice

Worcester News: Worcestershire law firm offers family advice

3:46pm Friday 26th June 2015

A WORCESTERSHIRE law firm has issued advice around how best to deal with family matters after a Somerset woman went on the run with her three-year-old son after losing custody of her child.

Free cancer counselling service launches

Worcester News: Macmillan cancer information and support service lead Kay Tandy and Relate counsellor Eileen Greaves.

2:55pm Friday 26th June 2015

A FREE counselling service for anyone in Worcestershire affected by cancer – including patients, their families and those who have beaten the disease – has been launched.

Buddhist guru to visit Worcester

Worcester News: Lama Shenpen Hookham, who will speak at a meeting of the Worcester Awakening Heart Buddhist Group on Friday and Saturday.

5:00pm Thursday 25th June 2015

A BUDDHIST teacher is to visit Worcester this weekend.

Operations backlog increases

Worcester News: John Anyon     30/01/15      05158096

Worcestershire Royal Hospital (17371974)

4:20pm Thursday 25th June 2015

THE backlog of patients waiting for non-urgent operations in Worcestershire has continued to increase despite more than 100 procedures being carried out at a special modular theatre in just a month.

Record number of organ donors in Worcestershire

Worcester News: Record number of organ donors in Worcestershire

3:08pm Thursday 25th June 2015

WORCESTERSHIRE is leading the way in patients choosing to donate their organs after their death.

Hospital trust to review complaint handling

Worcester News: Insulin treatment scheme to be introduced in Worcestershire

1:46pm Thursday 25th June 2015

COMPLAINT handling at Worcestershire’s three major hospitals is being reviewed

Hospital trust braced for inspection

1:09pm Thursday 25th June 2015

STAFF at the embattled organisation running Worcestershire’s three major hospitals are bracing themselves for a major inspection next month.

Concerns around hospital recruitment process

Worcester News: John Anyon     30/01/15      05158096

Worcestershire Royal Hospital (17371974)

12:27pm Thursday 25th June 2015

AS PART of an effort to turn the fortunes of Worcestershire’s hospitals around, recruitment of doctors, nurses and other medical staff is to be overhauled.

Walkers raise hundreds for Worcester hospice

Worcester News: Team Zulu taking part in the Worcestershire Way walk in aid of St Richard's Hospice.

5:16pm Tuesday 23rd June 2015

A TEAM of hardy fundraisers strapped on their walking boots and strode the entire length of the Worcestershire Way in aid of a county hospice.

Barn dance raises thousands for hospice

Worcester News: Mathew and Laura Jackson from E. Hill & Son at the barn dance at Old Pound Farm in Peopleton.

4:03pm Tuesday 23rd June 2015

A BARN dance near Pershore raised thousands of pounds for a Worcestershire hospice.

Barn dance raises thousands for hospice

Worcester News: Mathew and Laura Jackson from E. Hill & Son at the barn dance at Old Pound Farm in Peopleton.

4:02pm Tuesday 23rd June 2015

A BARN dance near Pershore raised thousands of pounds for a Worcestershire hospice.

Carer's association AGM at Sixways

Worcester News: Aerial of Worcester Warriors Sixways Stadium (6074439)

2:48pm Tuesday 23rd June 2015

THIS year’s AGM of the Worcestershire Association of Carers will be held at Sixways Stadium from 11am on Friday, July 10.

Opticians fundraising for blind veterans

Worcester News: Pet charity needs volunteer dog walkers

2:38pm Tuesday 23rd June 2015

A WORCESTER opticians is celebrating Armed Forces Week by asking customers to take selfies using a number of props in store in exchange for a charity donation.

Mixed reaction to hospital smoking ban

Worcester News: John Anyon     30/01/15      05158096

Worcestershire Royal Hospital (17371974)

2:22pm Tuesday 23rd June 2015

NEW rules banning smoking at Worcestershire’s three major hospitals have received a mixed reaction from readers of your Worcester News.

Objections to Pershore housing plans

Worcester News: Objections to Pershore housing plans

11:09am Tuesday 23rd June 2015

OBJECTIONS have been raised against a planning application to build a new detached two-bedroom house in Farleigh Road, Pershore.

Concerns around application for new window in Pershore house

Worcester News: Plans for four new houses in Powick labelled "very poor"

10:48am Tuesday 23rd June 2015

CONCERNS have been raised around a planning application to build a new window at the rear of a house in The Milestone, Pershore.

Hundreds sign blood donor register in Worcestershire

Worcester News: Undated NHS Blood and Transplant handout photo of blood bags as a huge increase in people getting tattoos has been blamed for a massive decline in new blood donors. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Friday June 5, 2015. Foreign travel to exotic places

3:38pm Friday 19th June 2015

MORE than 300 people in Worcestershire signed up as blood donors in the space of just 10 days earlier this month.

Hospital trust chief executive vows to address concerns

Worcester News: Acting chief executive at Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust Chris Tidman.

2:49pm Friday 19th June 2015

ONE of the most senior figures in Worcestershire’s hospitals has admitted a report into the county’s two A&E departments makes for “uncomfortable reading” but has vowed to fix the problems raised.

Moreton man woken to find masked burglar in his bedroom

Worcester News: (16754282)

12:08pm Friday 19th June 2015

A MORETON man had a shock when he woke up to find a masked burglar in his bedroom.

100th baby born at Worcester's new birth unit

Worcester News: (L-R) Matron for maternity inpatients at the Meadow Birth Centre Rachel Carter with Liz Flavell, baby George Flavell and dad Dan Flavell and the centre's team leader Louise Turbutt.

8:58am Friday 19th June 2015

WORCESTER’S new midwife-led birth unit has welcomed its 100th baby.

Waste bin fire at Worcester countryside centre

Worcester News: Firefighters called to Evesham Community Hospital

8:01am Friday 19th June 2015

FIREFIGHTERS were called to the Worcester Woods Countryside Park just after 7pm on Thursday, June 18 after a waste bin caught fire.

Sat nav stolen in Droitwich

Worcester News: Fuel stolen in Kempsey

5:43pm Thursday 18th June 2015

A TOMTOM sat nav was stolen from a vehicle parked in Ledwych Close, Droitwich, between 9pm on Wednesday, June 17 and 8am the following morning.

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